Welcome To Our Website!
One of nature’s many oddities is deer antlers. They have always mystified man for centuries because of their size, shape and hard bone material. Man has used these objects for many purposes including tools, ornaments, aphrodisiacs and even weapons.
Whitetail deer grow new antlers every year and then shed them. Many of these antlers are unusual in size and shape with no two antlers being alike. Jan Richter is a lover of wildlife and natures other creations. She collects whitetail, moose, elk, and mule deer antlers. She lives in the small northern Michigan town of Alger, which is near the Rifle River. She spends many hours polishing and handcrafting these antlers into individual and unusual items which include Candleholders, Lamps, Fireplace Tools, Centerpieces, Cabinet Knobs, Chain Pulls, Buttons and Finials. All of these items are handmade and are of quality workmanship which will last for years to come.